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RIGHT OF WAY: Roads Need to Overhaul to Decrease Collisions
In October 2018, EBCI Fisheries & Wildlife staff participated in a “Wildlife Crossing Workshop and Peer Exchange” with other area partners in Maggie Valley. An article that arose from that workshop was published in Smokies Life, the magazine of the Great Smoky Mountains Association, in April 2019.
A PDF copy of the article is available for download HERE.
EBCI WATER QUALITY STANDARDS – Final Document
The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, Division of Agriculture & Natural Resources, Water Quality Office would like to thank the public for their input in finalizing the EBCI Water Quality Standards. A copy is available to view and download HERE.
Questions about EBCI Water Quality Standards should be directed to the Water Quality Section Supervisor, Michael Bolt by phone at (828) 359-6772 or email email@example.com.
Cherokee leaders want permission to gather a traditional plant in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. They say sochan feeds their bodies and is rooted in their heritage. For thousands of years, Cherokee people gathered the kale-like plant that’s full of vitamins and minerals. It is normally against the rules to remove plants from national parks, but recent modifications to regulations could allow the to tribe to gather sochan for traditional reasons. “This is something that is an investment for our future, and, hopefully, with preserving our culture and accessing these landscapes that we once belonged to,” said Tommy Cabe, a Cherokee Forest resources specialist. Read More